My second post of the day...rare for me indeed. Three day weekends help a lot. I feel like I can get it all done if you know what I mean.
For some reason I created quite a few Valentine's Day cards this year. Perhaps I am missing my husband whom I lost three years ago. He truly blessed me in so many ways. I have sweet memories including Valentine's Day.
Here's a card that I made using new and current Stampin' Up dsp. I am absolutely over the moon with their dsp collections this year. That rarely happens for me. Did you know there is a smart way to take advantage of getting a sample of all their papers? Several of their demos do product shares when the new catalogs become available. They invite anyone to join in whether or not you are their customer. You get a 6x6 sample of each dsp paper usually for around $30.00
I've seen ribbon shares as well. If anyone visiting would like a link to the demo I use, just leave your request in the comments section and I will be happy to give you a link to the one I am most familiar with.
Thought I'd give this a go at Aud Sentiments Challenge Blog.
The heart is a stamp and die from Michael Strong that I embossed with platinum embossing powder from Rangetr and the punch is Martha Stewart. Ribbon is from my stash. The sentiment is from Jillibean Soup, "Handwritten Sentiments." A few sequins round it out. This is a standard A2 card base with some pink used for a base for the dsp.
I have one more card to share that's a bit more whimsical...gotta get a pic.
Happy Valentine's Day.